Creative Director Ranking 2017
- John St.
List of Awards
List Of Awards
In the News
It all happened so fast
The Government of Ontario's newest distracted driving ad reminds people two seconds is all it takes.
John St. picks up two more senior creatives
Marketa Krivy joins as CD on the new Shoppers Drug Mart account, along with Mooren Bofill as design director.
Is Montreal big enough for the agency influx?
With four English Canadian agencies planning to set up shop, here's the scoop on what's driving the invasion.
John St. opens Montreal office
Say bonjour to your new agency, Montreal. The Toronto-based shop is the fourth to open a French office this year.
John St. hires new CD
Taxi CD Niall Kelly will join the Toronto shop in October to lead a roster of clients.
Mitsubishi reintroduces itself
The auto co is inviting Canadians to get to know the brand, touting a 10-year powertrain warranty that suggests buyers will be spending a lot of time with their car.
Art and copy folks on the move
On the heels of Nellie Kim and Chris Hirsch's departure, John St. announces three new creative faces, while FCB taps a senior AD and Grey Canada brings in an ACD.
Top Cannes contenders: Cyber
With an extended deadline, strategy continues to count down the campaigns most likely to win big at this year's festival.
Creative Report Card: Odd jobs and creative outlets
This year’s top CDs, including BBDO's Peter Ignazi (pictured) share stories of past employment, secret talents and side projects.
Sizzling and fizzling trends
Bluetooth is hot. 3D printing is not. Who'd have thought? Experts weigh in on what's on the rise versus the outs.
AOY Gold/DAOY Bronze: John St.’s digital school of thought
The agency takes top prize as AOY and gets Bronze honours in DAOY for work with WWF, Zellers, Mitsubishi, Stanfield's, Carly Fleischmann and Kobo.
AToMiC Awards: Getting up close and (very) personal
PFAFF, WWF and Google offer personalized experiences to woo consumers.
Cause marketing to the extreme
The desire to break through the clutter has many charities aiming for a major emotional response. Strategy examines the risks and rewards of marketing messages that teeter on the fringes.
Stuck in a Mad Men era
In part two of strategy’s diversity series, we examine why agencies struggle to get women and visible minorities up the ranks.
John St. joins WPP
The agency will continue to operate under the same name, with no planned changes to location or structure.